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for my daughter." >> host: now joining us on our book tv set in miami is a affirm -- familiar face. brad melt sir. it's not often we talk about lisa simpson and dollie parton and the three stooges. >> i bring only the highest of high brow wherever i go. you're talking to me because of my love for my daughters, and seven years ago, on the night my daughter was born, i did a trick i did for my son. i rote "heroes for my daughter." and when it started writing the book -- on the night i was born, my father bought a bottle of sham page, and he said he would hope it when his son got married. and then my man lost his job and we moved of maryland to florida. we had no job no place to live, nothing. and the stuff you put in your moving van, your clothes, that's your stuff. but the things you keep in your car the movers can't touch, that's your life. the things no one can touch. and when we moved down, my mom and dad in the front, my sister and i in the book, and behind the head rest where we were sitting what two bottles of champagne. and that made it clear, we were their lives, and i remember dr
district over port property. >> good evening commissioners brad ben son special projects manager elane forbs and i will be (ing this and this is a a port structure financing district and we have been legislationing and sure some time for this and but i wanted to come to the mic first because in 2005 when monique invited me down to the port, we were struggling with the port's capital plan and capital needs we were engaged in a conferring with michael cohen who was then working at the office of economic and workforce development at financing tools that could help us revitalize the water front. and michael cohen mentioned that he was in conversation with david mad way about different option whether redevelopment would be an appropriate tool along the water front or if there was another option and david mad way who's here, is former general counsel of the san francisco redevelopment agency and now works at shepherdmony and point out an object cures area in the california code and so it was really david's idea that we have been plowing over the last eight years and i want to thank mr. mad
and vetting them in the project and with they will turn it over to brad for his report. >> good afternoon commissioners. brad benson special projects manager representing the port staff on the negotiating team. so we wanted to take a moment to explain to both the commission and the public the difference phases of this proposed negotiations for the project. city staff has been working and the port and owed staff in consultation with the city attorney working with the warriors to come up with a conceptual framework for the business deal which is really looking at the cost to rehabilitate piers 30-32 so it's seismically sound and can support the multi-purpose venue on it, and how the warriors will initially finance that investment and how the city would repay that investment to public property, and jennifer mattes will go over that a little more detail but that conceptual framework is published to this point to support the fiscal feasibility finding and with these projects the port and city staff will pursue policy approvals with a term sheet with fiscal approval. it was the staff's suggesti
to the bring the city policy to the board of interferes in early 2013 and so as brad said i'll go over the policy and then brad will go over three major projects that we are proposing the use of i f d for. and so the port commission is very well aware in 1969, we got our 54 piers nine react activated and we have an extraordinarily large deferred maintenance problem in the magnitude of $2.2 million and what the port earned as an enterprise is not enough to deal with the assets and the defined problems and so one of our major strategies that the port has initiated in the last decade is to find other source and is so we can be successful leveraging the important assets for the future and so this chart really shows all of the growth of all of these other source that are helping ut to solve our problems and the joe bonds that we just spoke of have been important for park improvementings and i s d which, is in the bright blue is a major proposal to help us build critical flay structure for areas that otherwise, we could not afford. and as a commission m o there is an exhibit a in here in y
to former president george bush. brad and joe, welcome. >> good to be with you. >> eric: of course. brad, i mean, this morning, the with the was on with the meet the press," blaming republicans. the republicans call it a lack of presidential leadership. does this thing get solved? >> no, it certainly doesn't get solved the way it should be solved. we have debt, we is sequestration, any bill that happens today won't deal with the sequestration, which lindy graham said right here, he got a call last night from the defense secretary, worried to death that sequestration is going to gut the military. we are kicking the can down the road. judgment day is coming. there is no question about t. but the president, remember when he appointed the bipartisan simpson-bowles commission. they had tough love for us two years ago. they told the president what we needed on current spending and future spending and debt reduction. but the president shelved it. we could have avoided this self-create created crisis, by the president leading 2 years ago and doing the tough love we needed then and saving the crisis
. they were more concerned about how the intention may be put on them if something happened to brad as opposed to what was their conduct to doing to brad. but it turns out those same people cared about something more than what they turned out to care about more with immediate impact and for that i must thank each and everyone of you here today. i must thank each and every one who is listening or watching because without you, change would not have been. your actions resulted in brad being moved from quantico to fort levin. make no mistakes about it. [applause] and with your action commentator connie and conditions he lived under for nine months came to an end. the magical waters to fort leavenworth apparently healed him and he was no longer required to live in the conditions he was then. we all know brad cannot be here tonight, but he knows tonight is happening and he wanted me to personally thank each and everyone of you, thank you for taking the time to write to him, for signing petitions, attending marches, rallies and other public events. thank you for writing to the military and to our gov
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fbi profiler brad garrett. brad, we bring you in when tragedies like this play out. right now as it stands, state police confirming that the shooter went inside, believed to have had four weapons, had a vest on, one mother said a mask, and as always the case, we ask ourselves, what on earth would lead someone to do something like this? >> to the cliff, i have lost power, it could be something that he had a child in the school, he had a domestic dispute. driven this person right up to i have lost complete control of my life and i don't care anymore. as difficult for people to understand this, this is how they empower themselves, whether it be a few days ago in portland, oregon, or aurora, colorado, they put on an outfit, i'm going to call it a costume, because they're playing a different character, they're going in there and they don't view these children or the adults as human beings, they view them as the enemy, as people who have wronged them for whatever reason and they're going to seek revenge. unfortunately, this guy created tremendous, tremendous tragedy. >> but how coul
the commissioners. >> if you could -- brad and both of you come back up. i think one of the things i appreciate the presentations and comments that everyone has made. this i think several of the speakers alluded to and one of the great things about san francisco there is so much participation in everything, and you both articulate the more about what the fiscal feasibility study is and what it does and if you could detail that a little more? explain the cost of capital versus the rate of return. and also give more indication of the schedule and how the cac will be able to participate after the fiscal feasibility study if it goes forward that the cac has time to weigh in all the issues raised. >> i want to acknowledge this is an accelerated schedule and we were presented with an opportunity and i understand the anxieties and concerns and apprehensions of neighbors whose neighborhoods would change if this project is developed, and what i think we want to do is embrace those concerns and work with them constructively in a very deliberate fashion, but we are also trying to do is make sure that th
are studying is named brad. he has a normal iq, he has been divorced and remarried. he has no history of psychiatric illness. oddly, has worked as a correctional officer for a while. he has worked as a schoolteacher. 16 years ago, he hit his head and knocked himself unconscious. no kind of neurological events following that. for the last year, he has had some migraines. he started using pornography on the internet. he started soliciting sex from women working in massage parlors. he reports that he has a very high sex drive and conceals his behavior because he feels that it is wrong. there is a picture. [laughter] in 2010, he makes some subtle sexual advances to his stepdaughter. mom find out about this and brad is legally removed from the home and diagnosed as a pedophile. he is chemically castrated in treatment to try to reduce his sexual behavior. he is found guilty of child molestation and he is sent to a sexual addiction facility or jail. brad chooses rehab. in rehab, he starts being inappropriate. staff. he starts to solicit sex from other clients. he has some of bedwetting. the
" at $12 million. but brad pitt's movie came in at seventh place. > > the worst wide-release opening of brad pitt's career. but i don't think this is really a sign of brad pitt. i mean, audiences clearly didn't like the movie at all. they gave it an f cinemascore, which is very rare for a service company. but the weinstein co., for some reason, they kind of dumped this movie after cannes. they didn't put a lot of publicity into it, they kind of knew it wasn't an awards film. so they kind of just threw it out there, and obviously the box office reflected that. > "killing them softly" is doing just that. > > that's right. > i want to ask you about this: i feel like it is a little early to talk about oscar contenders, but i made it to a lot of these movies so far, i have to say: "argo", "lincoln." i now saw "silver linings." it is terrific. i loved "flight." i thought "arbitrage" was very good. what do the winners look like for you? > > i think there are probably three films right now that if you are looking for best picture contenders, i think the three films right now are "argo", "lin
been involved with this. although i know that brad believes that glide would also be very interested and maybe another. i think that either brad paul or i or don faulk would know if they were discussing this with senior housing developers. they met with tndc project managers, doing a preliminary analysis that went to the mayor's office of housing. they said they were very interested in it. now can this site be available? you had turned down the conditional use. so we decided with don that the logical thing would be to get in touch with the methodist church and find out. the result was that this lawyer told the methodist that they shouldn't get involved with it and each and every methodist i talk to, they are all interested in senior housing, but the lawyer said no. so what was the result? tndc was subpoenaeded and threatened with litigation and they had a lot of expense. i think you have heard about that. so they want to come forward and do the full analysis, which might be thousands of hours and the offer that they were told would be welcomed after the judge ordered them to talk
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. brad again here and i have been with the port team with this and various people. we have a couple of representatives from at&t here with whom city staff has been negotiating. darren in the front row and artearo smith was here and still maybe here or his jacket is anyway and i have a brief presentation to you. we have been to you in open session describing this project. it's an important transmission project designed to provide reliability of power downtown in the event of a major earthquake. is manny around to start the powerpoint presentation? >> sorry for the short delay. so i will start verbally and the slides can catch up. essentially there are a couple of transmission lines that come up from the peninsula through the po tearo power plant and connect to the embarcadero substation that provide power to downtown. at&t has proposed a new 230kv transmission line to provide redundant transmission line to the embarcadero sub station. at&t and port staff have collectively communicated with the mayor's office, the san francisco public utilities commission and the city administrato
officer, like brad schmidt, took "nightline" on a four-day r&d road trip in nicaragu nicaragua. does anybody ever say, you have the best gig in the world? >> all the time. but i think he has the best gig in the world. >> reporter: he might. >> i mean, look at him. >> reporter: smiling. he looks really stressed out to me. look at this guy. and they have a lot to smile about. go prois now the world's best selling small camera. 3 million sold since 2009. success you could arguably credit to the hordes of bruised and uncaged stuntmen out there, trying to live up to the product's name. hero. you see, the vast majority of go pro videos out there are user generated. >> youtube has helped make go pro what it is today. facebook, also. our customers going out and capturing interesting footage with it and sharing it online is really what's driving go pro's growth. it's a virally grown brand in the hands of our customers. it's awesome. >> reporter: since 2009, the company has grown from seven employees to nearly 300 and signed some of the country's most famous athletes, including shaun white and
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more concerned about how the attention might be put on them if something happened to brad as opposed to what was their conduct a doing to bread? -- brad? what they turned out to care about more was the media impact. for that i must thank each and every one of you here today. i must thank each and every one of you who is listening or watching. without you, change would not have happened. your actions resulted in bradley being moved from quantico. make no mistake about that. with your actions, and the draconian actions he lived under for nine months came to an end. the magical watchers healed him and he was no longer required to live in the condition he was in. we all know that he cannot be here tonight. he knows tonight is happening. he wanted me to personally thank each and every one of you for taking the time to write to him. for signing petitions, for attending marches and rallies. thank you to writing to our government complaining about his conditions. thank you for donating to his legal defense. for volunteering at courage to resist and the bradley manning support network. he wan
>> i haven't done my wife, yet, so i save the best for last. >> reporter: brad is not a last- minute shopper. his strategy, shop before going to the mall. >> it's all online. we don't do much mall shopping. normally, i wouldn't do this, except it's a fun day of shopping with my daughters. >>> retailers are hoping to get many last-minute shoppers in, offering extended hours, right up to christmas, i saw online tonight, a lot of stores have instant gift certificates you can print on your computer. another option for you if you don't want to head out. >> >> still to come on "eyewitness news." violent protestifies out rage in india over a gang rape leading to massive demonstrations. >> it's scary, you know, you are close to some things, really terrible >> holiday tragedy, a deadly wrong way crash >> and a run away baby. check this out, wisconsin police officer saves an infant's life. . >>> the 2012 growing season has come and gone, more on the end of this year's baltimore farmer's market, coming up >> i'm meteorologist bernadette woods. cal
violence is to blame. he was killed on sheridan street in lewisdale. it was possible retaliation. brad bell has the latest on the investigation. brad? >> neighbors noticed a large young people hanging out just after midnight. i saw a whole group of latinos sitting there. a gathering included members lamer heard -- neighborhood gang. ms-13. police believe that conflict led to what happened next. all i heard was pow, pow, .ow, pow it sounded like a machine gun. i went to the door. there was screaming. eliezer b. reyes was mortally wounded in the drive-by shooting. grazed.d person was it was a gut wrenching scene report the residence. they were holding him. >> i prayed for him. according to police, reyes's photo.k profile had this he was not known as an official t twor of the gang, bu people in his group were. police are questioning at least one suspect. residents want something to stop the violence. 14 years old, that is too young. what i am pointing out on the road side is the tag of the .ang, ms-13 we taped up the rest of the profane message in the neighborhood. we are hearing from police -
can almost hear the scoffing. pizza perfume, meet cologne. it's edgy, people. have you seen the brad pitt commercials for chanel number five? >> the world turns and we turn with it. plans disappear. dreams take over. >> what? what? brad pitt should totally do the pizza perfume commercials. it's not a pizza. it's a slice of a dream wrapped in a riddle around a hot dog. it's not delivery. it's digiorno. although chanel probably would not go for it. i wouldn't want to confuse conan o'brien more than he already is. >> i watched it again today. and i have to say, it's even stranger than i remembered it from the first time. >> it's not a journey. every journey ends, but we go on. the world turns. we turn with it. >> the point is, every perfume needs a celebrity spokesman. if brad pitt isn't available, pizza hut should do whatever it can to get kristin wiig. >> she knows exactly where to go. she knows exactly what to do, and all her friends are dudes. >> red flag. >> she's exquisite. but she also lived in vegas for 11 years. >> red flag. >> she's funny, but not funny
to talk about this, dan harris, brad, gary, and kristen, republican pollster and vice president of the winston group. welcome to you all. let's start, brad, with you. a riveting interview with bob costas earlier outlining really while he believes the time has come for america to have tighter gun restrictions. i know you have strong views on this. tell me why an average american who lives in an average home needs to have access potentially to an assault rifle. >> well, it's in our constitution, it's in our bill of rights. we have a second amendment that allows us to defend ourselves. it's not only defense, but as i see so eloquently stated, it is to defend ourselves ultimately against a tyrannical government if that happens. the difference between liberty and tyranny is if you have a government that is afraid of its people, you have liberty, if you have a people afraid of their government, it's tyranny. >> do you believe that, that you're going to rise up against a tyrannical presidency in your country? >> i would be the first one out there leading the country. we have three boxe
seemed, brad, i want to start with you, was about the fact that the exchange of offer as this week didn't go well. do we still have a case where it's like the old movie cool hand luke, what we have here is a failure to communicate. they don't know how to communicate with each other? >> i don't think so, bob woodward wrote an entire book about how president obama doesn't know how to communicate with the hill. if you look at what's happening, during the election, republicans ran on the ryan budget, which is no new revenue. democrats won the election, and the speaker said $800 billion in revenue. so what did president obama do to respond to thata he moved the revenue higher. so if you keep moving those goal posts, of course you're not going to have a willing partner on the other side, republicans are negotiating with themselves at this point. >> on the issue of the tax rate, it seems as if democrats want to hear john boehner say uncle, okay, they're going to go up, rather than just assume that boehner's going to agree with it, he just can't say it publicly. that's the issue here, boehner d
working on several hollywood projects, most notably, the movie version of his book. and brad pitt from springfield, missouri himself is interested. >> i've talked with brad pitt and his people, and brad pitt loves the relationship that i had with my father, he loves the fact that this happened in his own hometown. >> but jimmy is especially proud, he says, that his book reenergized some cold cases, at least one near a civil war reenactment site. investigators recently dug up information where hall spent in his last years, including a book, all sent out for dna testing. but it still hasn't developed enough evidence to bring charges. >> the walls are closing in on him. there would be no cold case files open if it wasn't for me. none. i did a good deed and i did a lot of good things and that's where i feel the redemption comes in.
brad. outer loop of the beltway here at the decision point to go northbound on 270 or continue around the capital beltway. that is where this wreck occurred. you will find the right lane remains closed. the right lane will be closed throughout the morning drive because of this ongoing cleanen up. there were boxes of pineapples on this truck. they have to move the truck out of your way. typically, the outer loop slows from 59 to georgia avenue. not going to take long for this delay to connect to the backup already forming at 355 headed westbound around the beltway. so while you are grabbing that cup of joe, think ahead. what can i do to get around it. the icc is a viable option, randolph road, 410. you do not want to get stuck on the top stretch of the beltway. it looks look they are pulling up some tow trucks here. this is going to slow down your ride this morning. we had business 5 over at mattawoman beantown road and we had the crash at duke street. lanes are open once again headed out towards shirlington. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. >>> very sad to h
personally by president obama himself. joining me now, brad blakeman, former deputy assistant to president bush, and dick harpootlian, chairman of the south carolina democratic party. so i just want to -- i'm not sure the way we phrased that, the obama administration's decision to invite him, because the white house says they weren't the ones who invited him at all, but they didn't step in to stop it or object to it in any way after it emerged that he had gone on this rant eight years ago, and it is a disgusting rant, and i think most of the viewers would agree that, you know, calling for the troops and their families to be killed slowly and painfully is controversial at best. now, he did issue an apology, but what should the white house have done, brad? >> well, i know something about this because as somebody who scheduled the president of the united states, george w. bush, the white house celebration is an event that is typically on every president's calendar. but that doesn't mean the president has to attend and has carte blanche over the producers or the producers or have carte blanche
who gave you your first start. so many times people say,id brad, gave your book to my son's teacher, my daughter's teacher, and so many teacher that heros and miss spiceries one of the nicest people in the world, not as mean as that picture. >> host: we're talking to brad meltzer. as we take this call from terry in brooklyn. hi, terry. >> great show today. brad, you look into things that people take for granted and turn out not to be truism was raised a straight catholic. catholic school, altar boy, and i pretty much believed everything they taught me as far as religion and jesus christ but i was into reading and i liked to read and started getting into history and i discovered a lot of real history didn't reconcile with the bible. so the question is, i discovered a series of books that mentions -- suggests perhaps that there really was no jesus christ, in the historical record, actually starts almost two centuries after this character appeared, and it could possibly be something that was -- i mean, that invention, but how do you address the fact that, for 200 years or so, before th
was offered on black friday. as abc's brad wheelis reports. >> reporter: big retailers are pushing out the post christmas merchandise, hoping to add to their bottom line. they're offering deep discounts. >> on key items, look for 75% to 80% off. >> reporter: this was the weakest holiday since 2008. figures show sales increased only 0.7%. hurricane sandy dampened the mood of shoppers in the northeast. and then there's the issue of the fiscal cliff and higher taxes. >> i think the worries of what we're going to be dealing with at the end of the year has curbed our spending, for sure. >> reporter: retailers today are trying to outdo one another with deals, often better than what was offered the day after thanksgiving. amazon offering a 46-inch tv, marked down 44% for just $338. best buy is cutting the price of a nikon camera. and a cashmere sweater from bloomingdale's, just $89.99. last year shoppers spent more than $7 billion on the day after christmas. bargains have become a post holiday tradition. whether you're shopping in stores or surfing for discounts and free shipping from online
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